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Lindsey Beth Meyers is a very famous writer, comedian, and American treasure. She spent much of her childhood on the road, traversing all across America as her parents struggled to stave off divorce. This awkward sense of tension led her, naturally, to the theater. She was an actress for a long time, but the thought of filming self-tapes until 2045 really put a spur in her sternum. So she focused on writing. She likes stories about transience, lonely cowboys, and sharks out of water. She fell into a coma during her second year of grad school due to undiagnosed type 1 diabetes. She’s awake now though, and doing just fine.
Little Miss Coma Pants received an MFA from the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts John Wells Division of Writing for Screen & Television in 2023. While earning her degree, she held several internships in the development departments of SK Global Entertainment, Groundswell Productions, and De Line Pictures. She also worked as the post-production coordinator for the School of Cinematic Arts, and as an opinion writer and podcast contributor for The Daily Trojan.
She received her BFA in Dramatic Arts and Screenwriting from The New School College of Performing Arts School of Drama in 2019, with abroad studies in Greek theater at Regent's University London. This is where she refined her palate for bland food. This is also right around the time she started working as a script supervisor for companies like Segno Productions.
She is an alum of the prestigious Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Dallas, TX. She was inducted into the International Thespians, troupe #5220, in 2014. Because you can never have enough ecelctic hobbies.
Lindsey is the recipient of the Jack Oakie Award in Half-Hour Comedy Writing in honor of David Isaacs '22-'23, and a Shriram Fellow '21-'23. She has been published in Teen Vogue, Voyage LA, Echoing Green Magazine, and The Daily Trojan. For access to her writing portfolio, click here!
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